Zope figures out what version you are in by saving a cookie. Close your
browser and or delete all cookies and go back to Zope, you should then be
out of any version.
Andy McKay, Developer.
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From: "Wolfgang Strobl" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Tuesday, November 21, 2000 9:41 AM
Subject: [Zope] You are currently working in version No
> I'm just figthing with a somewhat strange and annoying error on one
> of my production sites.
> After saving and leaving a version named "neu", I'm now confronted
> with a system which says
> "You are currently working in version No " right after I enter a
> management screen, and before I really enter anything.
> Well, there is no Object called "No" at all on this site.
> Trying to start working in version "neu" yields
> | Another version is active!
> | You cannot start working in this version while another version, No
> | is active. Leave No first and then you may work in this version.
> Clicking "Quit Working in No" doesn't have any effect at all.
> I'm stuck. Any ideas what to do? How am I assumed to quit
> working in a version that doesn't exist?
> Naturally, I don't want to rebuild my whole site from scratch, so I'd
> like to know what to do about. What makes Zope beleive that it is
> working in a non existing version?
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